which kind of package enables the notification bar ("(A) Connection Established I'm running Code: Select allLinux 3.16.0-4-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 3.16.7-ckt11-1+deb8u5 (2015-10-09) x86_64 GNU/Linux on two machines with i3 window manager but one have notifications in a box, the other one in a bar on the top of the screen. I would like two enable the "bar style" on the second machine as well.
I just installed successfully Wheezy, but I can't change my Login Window Theme.I put the three files (.desktop .xml and.jpg) in/usr/share/gdm/autostart/LoginWindow/),I think that my mistake is here but I don't know where to put the .xml file and the .jpg files.And the I edited the file/etc/gdm3/greeter.gconf-defaults.The background is well-displayed but the "theme" is still the same.
I'm fairly new to Debian/GNOME, and I'm running Squeeze and GNOME 2 and I have some questions. How exactly do I change the background image for the login window? I've looked up various suggestions but none of them seem to work - the appearances window does not ever seem to change the background image for the login screen. Also, whenever I log out or when I close the lid on my laptop and it suspends, I am unable to log back in - all I see is a black screen and my cursor, which I can move.
i'm running F15 with the Gnome 3 shell and also changed the shell's style to a theme called 'Zukitwo', it can be found here..
follow the instructions in the 'Install' document closely, i found after installing a different package manager called 'Yum Extender' which made things simpler for me, i installed the 'Gnome tweak tool', 'gnome-shell-extensions-user-theme'' and 'gnome-shell-extension-common'', but i also had to install the latest 'Murrine GTK2 engine' for the 'Zukitwo' theme to be recognised in the 'Gnome tweak tool', the location i chose to copy the Zukitwo folders to was.. /home/your username/.theme I'd like to now change just the style of the Fedora 15 login window(as in username/password popup box), but without changing my background wallpaper that being used, i have found a 'login' box style from a website below which i'd like to use.
is changing just this part of the 'login' box style possible without altering the exsisting background, and how might this be done?
I just installed Kubuntu on my machine, but on returning to gde I still have the oxy-white pointer from kde. I went to preferences>appearance>themes>customize>pointer, and changed it back to DMZ White, yet the pointer still looks like oxy-white. I tried it with all of the different pointer options, but none of them will override oxy-white.
When I go to the appearance preferences in Ubuntu 10.04 w/GNOME and try to select a cursor different from the default, nothing happens, the cursor refuses to change. Logging out and in doesn't work. Over the weeks I've played around with this machine a bit, installing and uninstalling various DEs such as Kubuntu and LXDE; I have a feeling something messed up my cursor config while I was changing stuff, but I don't know what or where. Is there any quick way to troubleshoot why the cursor isn't changing?
I just installed SUSE 11.3 on my PC and used KDE desktop. But the default color and style of the task manager bar looks not so good to me. It's a back and gray bar. How to change its color and style? Should I install something else or just do some settings? I look through the system setting but can not find a way. Could you kindly please tell me how to do that?
If you set your mouse for double click is it possible to change cursor style for hover icons?Currently the cursor looks like it is going to do single click:This does not make sense. It should show regular cursorAnd another misbehavior for double click occurs in Power Applet.Sleep and Hibernate icons require single click, but Settings icon requires double click:
I'm trying to play with different control style at application settings-controlstyle, after change a little bit of settings, the desktop freeze nothing can click,so I goto control+alt+f2,hit control+alt +delete, after restart, It freeze again, so where it store the settings about that so I can change it to default control style from terminal only acess since dekstop freeze all the time?
If I start my Lenny with Gnome I get the login window. The strange problem is, I have us keyboard there, but after login I have german keyboard. Under System -> Preferences -> Keyboard I have only german keyboard layout setuped. Howto change keyboard layout at the login window?
I've Lenny with Gnome installed. Under System -> Administration -> Login Window -> Local, I have Industrial Ximian Gnome theme. How to change clock type from 12 to 24 in the Industrial Ximian Gnome window?
My Creative ZEN Style 300 player is not recognized in Ubuntu 10.10 through media players (Rhythembox, Banshee, Gnomad2...etc) . it is recognized correctly as a removable media like any flash drive ,but not as a media player though.
I've searched a the issue and found some solutions to other Creative ZEN models ,but none worked for me.
here is my lsusb output:
Code: Bus 002 Device 006: ID 041e:2016 Creative Technology, Ltd I've edited the /lib/udev/rules.d/45-libmtp8.rules file and added Code: # Creative ZEN Style 300
I am looking for a Rhythmbox style mediaplayer that plays dts music.VLC works excellent but it would be very nice with a GUI more suited for a music library (Artist/Album/Genre/..).I have a dual screen setup and I have the music on a separate 8" touch screen (MyhtTv on the other screen - the tv) so if there is a software handling both reular mp3/flac/ogg music and dts with a touch screen adapted gui that would be ideal.
I am using empathy, for facebook chat desktop pop-up notifications. The problem is, when i close the chat i cannot re opened it from the low bar like the previous version of gnome because when i put the mouse pointer down, off the screen the low bar does not appear.
When I open Iceweasel, terminal eg, the mouse grabs the new windows in the middle so I can move it and i have to click so it releases It, but I do not want that.Is there any way to disable it?I am using Cinnamon if it matters.
I can't move/resize/decorate/restore the vlc window. It takes up the entire screen (even though it is not in full screen mode) on one of my monitors. I'm using Openbox. This doesn't happen with any other type of window.[URL]..
For the 2nd time in a year. I really need v3.xx because 2.4 breaks formatting when opening v3 files. Why did i go back to 2.4 ? 3.1 was slower with calc. Now I'm stuck with 2.4 because of the ongoing stupidity in backports.org.
# aptitude install openoffice.org -t lenny-backports Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done Reading extended state information Initializing package states... Done Reading task descriptions... Done The following packages are BROKEN:
xdm which refuses to load a window manager. I run Debian squeeze. xdm tries to execute /etc/X11/xdm/Xsession, which is actually an empty file, and fails with the error 'too many open files'. Afterwards xdm terminates the session and executes Xreset. Here the entries from the log:
Sat May 22 11:27:19 2010 xdm info (pid 2246): sourcing /etc/X11/xdm/Xsetup Sat May 22 11:27:23 2010 xdm info (pid 2246): sourcing /etc/X11/xdm/Xstartup Sat May 22 11:27:23 2010 xdm info (pid 2275): executing session /etc/X11/xdm/Xsession
I was unable to find anything valuable concerning this problem. This is kind of annoying because I always have to switch to a console, stop X and startx X manually using startx. Then everything works out just fine. Unfortunately I am not yet that familiar with the setup process of X.
I want to known how can I change the windows appareance and not the style.When I execute for exemple a prgram like thunar or iceweasel ... the button the window background are with a depth I want to try to window without a depth like this
and not like this
I download a lot theme so when I copy this theme in the syle repertory I change it in the open menu and only the titlebar change but not the button, scroll bar ...how do I do to change them ?
I'm deciding to go with a window manager instead of a desktop environment. I want to go simple and lightweight, and I know a lot of you run window managers such as openbox, fluxbox, and some tiling ones like xmonad, awesome and dwm. I want to give xmonad a try. For those of you who run tiling window managers, how do you know what is running in the background? There is no system tray in a screenshot such as this: [URL]. I'll be playing around with xmobar because that seems to be a popular panel with xmonad, and that's what's in that screenshot.
Also, how do you run your programs? You don't run it always from the command line, do you? When I want to run Chromium, I have to start up a terminal and load it that way, having the terminal and the browser open when using the browser. I know other window managers like openbox provide a right click menu, but xmonad doesn't (or does it?). I know a lot of people who use tiling window managers also use a lot of console apps, and I like that feel, but I don't think I'd want text for everything, such as the web.
Previous X was 1.4.2. After aptitude upgraded X Window to 1.7.7, startx crashed complaining: XKB could not find /usr/share/../rules/evdev file. There is no evdev file.
How do I modify xorg.conf to work with evdev? I spent few hours to figure out evdev. It seems it's new style of managing input devices in X Window. The information isn't friendly to migrate from old to this.
When I put Option "AutoAddDevices" "off" in ServerLayout section, it literally froze X Window. X started without mouse/keyboard control. I had to turn off power switch. Now, I can't use X at all unless I move back to 1.4.2.